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What's New in Edge Rails #64

Week of April 1 - April 7, 2013

  • 274a3aa6 removes a lot of user-facing complexity from cookies. Now Rails will automatically pick the best cookie jar, and upgrade legacy signed cookies to encrypted cookies.
  • A bunch of work in speeding up tests and a switch back from 'rails test' to 'rake test' are merged at 91efe395.

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